What

A one day health-themed hackathon for hackers and designers of all skill levels and devoted to being minority-friendly

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Who

Everyone is welcome
from freshmen to grad students
This is a capped attendance event

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Where

GLS/HDV Center
Stony Brook University

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When

March 9th, 2019
9 AM - 10 PM

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HackHealth is a one-day, health-themed hackathon hosted by Women in Computer Science. It is devoted to being minority- and beginner-friendly, and aims to provide a comfortable environment for everyone to develop their ideas and improve their skills.

HackHealth may be one day only, but it is a real hackathon! There will be company sponsors, mentors, prizes, food, and, most importantly, company swag!

Check out some feedback from previous HackHealth:

It was a great experience for my first hackathon. I've always been very intimidated and self-conscious when it comes to coding with others and sharing my code, but this was a comfortable environment.
Yoga was awesome, felt a lot better when I came back to continue hacking on my project.
It was my first hackathon and it was a great first experience. I feel like I can do others now and not feel so scared about 'em ^^
I can't believe there are google socks

Schedule

9:00 AM Sign-in, Breakfast/Team Forming
9:30 AM Welcome, Opening Ceremony: Collaborator Presentations
11:00 AM Hacking Begins
2:00 PM Lunch
2:30 PM Social Competition
7:00 PM Hacking Ends, Dinner
7:30 PM Judging Begins
8:30 PM Judging Ends
9:00 PM Prize Ceremony, Winners’ Presentations
10:00 PM HackHealth Ends
Items within schedule are subject to change as event date nears

Opening Ceremony Speakers

Laura Martorano

Campus Registered Dietician

Campus Dining


Speaker to be Announced

Center for Prevention Outreach

Sponsors